Today we get the first look at the newest machine to “The Museum That Runs,” the 1926 Boat-tail Speedster Runabout! Matt has been after this machine for a little while, and for a good reason. Follow along to find out what makes this car so special!
When the 1971 Buick Riviera hit the market, the American public wasn’t quite ready for it. The Riviera had debuted in 1963 with a finely tailored look that was both upscale and sporty and it evolved into a handsome, sleek coupe for 1966. By 1970, however, it had been festooned with chrome trim and had lost some of its edge. Buyers noticed. A radical transformation was in order.